One of the most meaningful and influential moments of my life was when I happened to stumble upon the science show 'Cosmos' on PBS. I watched every episode and have read and reread the book. I have joked that it is my bible, a truly moving telling of humanity's history. Its relationship to the heavens and what could've been and what might yet be. It blew my mind and I am eternally greateful!
I took the news of Carl Sagan's death as hard as my own father's.
So I'm happy to find that the One Cosmos site is a continuation of his work-bringing us closer to the stars!
The site has undergone some reconstruction lately. The groundwork being laid now is truly amazing and it looks like its going to get even better!
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